Security Industry Best Practices: Black Hat 2010

Following an industry conference, I find it a good practice for me to reflect back on what I learned and observed and see how I can apply it to my current work. At the conference there is so much to learn and take in, so I find it helps to let it all marinate for a bit of time and then I can start to uncover the new learning once I’m back at my desk and away from the conference buzz.
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There has been a considerable amount of news activity purporting that Google is looking to do a full-scale migration away from using Microsoft products, citing security as the primary impetus. While I can’t say whether or not these reports are indeed true, the story does raise a couple of important issues when it comes to reasoning about how effective your IT security policies are.

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